New York Sports Club, Lucille Roberts will freeze memberships during shutdowns

Gym-goers in New York who are being charged for memberships they can't use during coronavirus shutdowns are getting some relief.

The state attorney general says New York Sports Clubs and Lucille Roberts have both agreed to freeze memberships.
The gyms are also going to offer credits to members who have been charged while the fitness centers have been closed due to the pandemic.
They'll also let people cancel their memberships without facing a penalty.
Gyms and health clubs were among the businesses ordered by the state to close back on March 16.
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